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of the world is, the united states and through president obama to announce our intentions and our way forward. but they have a deep understanding of why this is important for nato, why this is important for the larger international community. and i think that given the right measures of accountability that we need to be seeking from president karzai and his government, we're going to see a commitment not just from germany but from many of our nato allies. >> rose: might they make up whatever the gap is between what general mcchrystal is seeking and what the united states is prepared to provide in terms of troops? >> well, i think we have to wait for the president's announcement. but we will be, as we have been, consulting very deeply our allies and talking about what we want to see from them in order to have this integrated military and civilian strategy. because, remember it's not just about troops on the ground, it's about making sure that the people of afghanistan see the results of this effort. that they have more faith in their own government as of... as an entity that can deliver for th
is mmitted tohe effort in ahanistan. they're waiting, like the rest of the world i, the united states andhrough president obama to announc our ientions and our way forward. but they have a deep unrstanding of why this is portant for nato, why this important for the larger international communit ani think that given the right meures of accounbility that we need to be seeking from presidenkarzai and his government, we're goingto see a commitment n just from germany but fromany ofur nato allies. >> rose: mightthey makeup whever the gap is between what general mcchrystals seeking and what the united stes is prepared to provide in terms of troops? >> well, ihink we have to wa for th president's announcement. buwe will be, as we have been, consulting very deeplyur ales and talng about what we want to see from them in order to have this integrated military and civian strategy. cause, remember it's not ju out troops on theground, it's about making sur that the people of afghastan see the results ofhis efft. that they ha more faithin their own governments of... as an enty thatan deliverfor em.
between the united states and iran over iran's nuclear program. greg palkot has details. is he live in our london bureau tonight. what are the iranians saying about this. >> a top iranian prosecutor, according oour fox news journalist in tehran is saying that investigation is continuing. a conclusion could come soon and that could mean we are told, formal charges of he is subpoena nage, a trial even reportedly the death penalty for these three americans. we are also monitoring late today ahmadinejad at a press conference and he said and i quote "i'm hopeful that the situation will come out happily happily." then he okay nently claimed that u.s.-backed agencies were trying to kip iranian officials. linkage possible, shep. shepard: what's the reaction from the u.s. government and from their families for that matter? >> it's after noon. the white house and state department condemning the actions of iran. we heard from secretary of state clinton in berlin. she said, and i quote "we believe very strongly there is no evidence for any charge whatsoever." as for the families and the friends, they
that there are 200 million jews and the world and israel is half the size of europe. it is not. the united states and canada are roughly 400 times each the size of israel. the arab world is 500 times the size of israel. egypt alone is roughly the 40 times the size of israel. and even a small country like jordan, our neighbor to the east, is almost four times as big. israel is bigger than rhode island. [laughter] that is about it. [laughter] now, mind you, small countries are not necessarily insecure. belgium and luxembourg are small, but today they are not insecure. if their neighbors included radical regimes bent on their conquest, bent on their destruction, it they fell the -- if they feel that terror proxy's that fire thousands of missiles on their population, believe me, they too would feel insecure. anybody would. because of our small size and the radical and violent neighborhood in which we live, israel faces security threats like that of no other nation. here are two facts from recent days alone that will drive this point home. a few days ago, the israeli navy it predicted that the ship ca
of the united states, peace can become a reality. [applause] we can surprise a skeptical world. achieving peace is a great challenge facing israel. at the un in september, i spoke of another great challenge. preventing iran from developing a nuclear weapons capability. the iranian regime tyrannizes its people, sponsors and supplies terrorists and openly pledges to wipe israel off the map. just imagine how much more dangerous this regime would be it had atomic bombs. the responsible members of the international community must unite to prevent this grave threat to the pace of the entire world. i support president obama's continued efforts towards these ends. i appreciate the firm position taken by the leading european governments. we must not succumb to the iranian regime's cutting into its to see. we must stand together to stop tehran from realizing its nuclear ambitions. in addition to achieving peace, and to preventing a nuclear iran, there is a third momentous challenge before us. reducing the world's dependence on oil. this would help cleanse our world after more than a century of industrial
on tropical storm ida. 50-mile per hour winds and heavy rain across much of the southeastern united states which has led to flooding in some areas particularly across portions of alabama. that is where the heaviest rain is right now. center of the storm has not yet made landfall but much of the rain and wind on the northern portion of that storm certainly has made landfall. right now, we are dealing with mild temperatures. 53degrees in the district. relative humidity, 89%. the winds are calm. parametric pressure on the rise, 0.27. here ia look at the satellite- radar. hook how cloudy it is across our region. much different from yesterday, the day before where we saw a good amount of sunshine. today, it will be mostly clouds. can't rule out a ray of sun here or there but a lot of clouds around for today and those clouds could eventually produce some moisture for us. here is your forecast for today though. we'll see a mild day. not as warm as it was yesterday. highs in the low to mid-60s. cloudy skies. maybe a sprinkle here or there butt best hance of rain rase lili tonight into tomorrow. mo
. >>> tropicastorm ida is getting weaker as it approaches the united states but it's still battering parts of the gulf coast with heavy rains. this is video from the southwest coast of alabama tonight. bob ryan is here with more on ida's track and her impact. sfwhob. >> doreen, it will be a major rain producer. that's the impact. the winds have now decreased. you can see on the regional radar, and i will zoom into that, it is pretty much assure heading into mobile bay, mobile, alabama, but on the east side still very heavy rain. look at pensacola, seven inches of rain today and after a very, very wet season, all wait from georgia on into louisiana, the threat from ida not so much the win winds. the tides will be well above average but flooding rains over the next couple of days. tell you more about any impact here. back to you. >> thanks, bob. >>> coming up and to the -- president obama is moving closer to a decision on troop levels in afghanistan. >>> mayor fenty responds to video that shows him using police escorts to bike on prohibited streets. >>> employees at the zoo tell news 4 why a
in afgnistan. they're waiting,ike the rest of the world is, the united states and tough president ama to announce our inttions d our way forward. t they have a deep undetanding of why this is imrtant for nato, why this is important for the larger international community. and hink that given the right meases of accountality that we need to be seeking from president rzai and his government,e're going see a commitment notust from germany but from my of o nato allies. rose: might ey make whater the gap is between what general mcchrystal i seeking and what the united stas is prepared to provide in terms of troops? >> well, i tnk we have to wait for the president's nouncement. but will be,s we have been, consulting verydeeply o alli and talki about what we want to see from them in order to havehis integrated military and civili strategy. beuse, remember it's not just abt troops on theground, it's about making sure that the people of afghanian see the resultsof ts effor that they have more faith their own government aof... as an entit that c deliver r th. so the needs to be a lot more civi
of the population. harris: that radical imam was kicked out of the united states, and now we find out that this shooter at fort hood had communication with him. what was going on between them? >> what we know is that there were between 10 and 20 e-mails cent between major nidal malik hasan and the imam in yemen. what we do not know is if he responded. the major issue is how was it that someone in the military who was trying to contact someone over there who supported the war against the western military, why it was not kicked upstairs. one question that people are asking today is that anyone investigate? no one at this time is stepping forward to say that he was contacted. that is going to be the question. was there a failure to confront? was that failure within leadership or the intelligence community to understand the significance of the attempted contact between nidal malik hasan and the imam in yemen. harris: a barely many classmates remember nidal malik hasan on these presentations that he would do back in medical school. you have heard about one of his powerful and presentations
have lost, and may god bless the united states of america. [applause] ♪ >> ♪ amazing grace how sweet the sound that saved a wretch like me are wants -- i once was lost but now i se'm found was blind but now i see 'twas grace that taught my heart to fear and grace my fears relieved how precious did that grace appears the our -- the hour i've first believed when we've been there 10,000 years bright shining as the sun we've no less days to sing god's grace than when we first begun ♪ [applause] >> please be seated. a reading from the 40 it chapter of isaiah -- 40th chapter of isaiah. "have you not known? have you not heard? the lord is the everlasting god, the creator of the end of the earth. he does not grow weary. his understanding is unsearchable. he gives power to the states, and to him he has no light, he is -- increases strength. even you shall find and be wary , and young men shall fall exhausted, but they who wait for the lord shall renew their strength. they shall mount up with wings like eagles. they shall run and not be weary. they show what and not faint." here and the read
as long as we deal with this storm across the southeastern united states. you can see the heavy rain, the center of the circulation is down across the panhandle. the heavy rain up to the virginia area and south of richmond where we see the heavier stuff. light stuff here. we will likely see showers develop tonight but the best chances to the south. here is why. we have a huge area of high pressure to the north of us. this thing kicked in and it will block it which is why the system will be moving more to the east and heading out to the coast. but that system will help to funnel in the strong northeas wind and we will get what is called a tight pressure gradient developing and we will be in the middle of that, no doubt about that. our area of low pressure will make it to the carolinas. as it develops, the heist yeast rain will be down there, stormy for the carolinas, maybe upwards of 8 inches of rain in that area. we will have the showers. here is how much we think we will talk about with the bull's- eye being here in the yellow. that's eastern sections of carolina, 7, 8 inches out of
't grieve for us. >> reporter: all who died here were then eulogized by the president of the united states. >> their memory will be honored in the places they lived and by the people they touched. their life's work is our security, and the freedom that we all too often take for granted. >> reporter: president obama told a story about each of the fallen. >> specialist jason hunt -- >> reporter: many from small towns across the country, and he addressed the particular shock by the way they all died. >> they were killed here on american soil in the heart of this great state and the heart of this great american community. this is the fact that makes the tragedy even more painful, even more incomprehensible. >> reporter: when the speeches were done, it was time for another tradition, reverberating across the parade ground. ♪ amazing grace >> reporter: and then the families stepped forward to pay their respects, sons and daughters, husbands and wives and parents, facing the enormity of their loss. and a theme repeated over and over today is that most who died were members of this nation's all-
of recovery was effectively a recession for working families in the united states. now, they have to recover from two recessions. if you are unfortunate enough to try to decide to send your kid to college this year or last year, on fortunate enough to hold onto a small business, this is a life-changing. in many people's lives across my state and all across the country. finally, to find ourselves in a place where there were institutions that were described as too big to fail and it was the taxpayers that had to bail them out after going through a time when i saw their wages decline and opportunities for their children to manage is an incredible insult. this important legislation will put us a much better position going forward to prevent that kind of thing from happening. it is not impossible -- to is not possible to predict every bit as real market. we want to create a well balanced piece of legislation that does not produce unexpected consequences but will protect our country from ever again going through what we are going through today. i am very pleased to join my colleagues here today. i
single one size fits all for 300 million people. that's not what the united states was about. that was the principle we fought the revolution against. if we want to know how this would work, look around us and see some of the cree aifts legislatures around the country r. andrew: thanks for joining us. >> thank you, judge. andrew: healthcare reform is e igniting the abortion debate. the house bill was saved by the stupak amendment, named by bart stupak, a provision that imposes tough restrictions on federal funding for abortion. now what will happen in the senate? here is michael cannon, director of health policy studies at the cato institute. michael, well welcome to the glenn beck program. >> thanks for having me. andrew: do you think that the restriction on the funding of abortion, which as it now stands in the house bill would prevent the federal government from actually paying for abortions or buying insurance policies for people that provide for abortion coverage? do you think that will stay in there, or do you think it was just a ruse to get pro life democrats to vote i
in the united states. there is the platform the presidential seal will be placed their shortly. the fbi and army and texas rangers continue to gather information on the attack. nidal malik hasan allegedly opened fire with two handgunsri deployment overseas. how will victims are honored today? >> reporter: we'll hear a roll call for victims and president barack obama in his remarks today will honor each victim individually and other speakers today include lieutenant general cone and also general george casey. they'll be speaking. part of this memorial service today if we look inside you can see where the stage is set up. there's a large american flag draped in front of the building. people had been coming in. security is very tight, chuck. they have erected these storage containers around the perimeter of the field so that they can check every person coming in and they describe the security as like when you go through an airport screener. that certainly is at a premium right now even though this is a military installation because the president is here and other top officials are here. they want t
over the northern section of the united states. there was going squeeze down. we're seeing rainfall but most of it is being pushed east rather than come north. now, we will see some showers from this system. later on tonight, actually, early tomorrow morning but it's going to be very light. the heaviest rain is going to be passing to the south of us. as a matter of fact, i was so confident of it, not raining tonight, decided to ride the motorcycle. we'll see if i have to ride home in the rain. the forecast coming up in a little bit. >>> the cbs news producer accused of blackmailing late-night talk show host david letterman was in court today. joe halderman is trying to convince a judge in new york to dismiss the extortion case. prosecutors say he left a threatening letter and package in letterman's car demanding $2 million in exchange for keeping quiet about letterman's affairs with female staffers. the lawyer allegedly gave halderman a phony check. he was arrested after depositing it. the attorney says the only thing his client was doing is trying to sell letterman a screenplay. >>
of the united states, and defend all enemies foreign and domestic? hello! eric: senator lieberman said that he would open an investigation as to what really happened. can we expect any sort of change going forward? >> well, i think it's going to take a lot of outside pressure, outrage from americans, of all creeds and colors and religions who cannot tolerate any more of this pre-9/11 attitude of putting diversity over protection.ooo eric: glenn is still home referring. people in new york wanted to send him a message. >> we love what you have to say. thank god for people like you that tell the truth. >> get wellson soon. >> get well soon. >> get better soon, because i want to hear your lloyd voice every night on the news. >> god bless him and god bless america. >> he is a national treasure! eric: for more commentary on the day's news, sign up for glenn's free daily e-mails newsletter at glennbeck.com and set your tivos to watch this show all week. thanks for sticking around, and glenn, get better soon, buddy. see you soon, america, from new york, good night.
, commander in chief in charge of the united states military, americans look to to strike the right notes in tragedy. >> we need not look to the past greatness because it is before our very eyes. >> said it was a trying time, a time of war, but not one where the military victory would be marked by cigarettes are made. >> and what the threats that know no borders, their legacy will be marked in the safety of our cities and towns, and security and opportunity abroad. >> he said it was hard to comprehend the twisted logic that led to this tragedy. >> no faith justifies these murderous and craven acts. no just and loving god looks upon them with favor. for what he has done, we know that the killer will be met with justice in this world and the next. >> man accused, major hasan is out of it, but refusing to talk with reporters. here at fbi headquarters in washington, there are defending themselves agait the charge they should have raised the alarm before. he had been in touch with a radical imam, a u.s. citizen who now lives in yemen and advocates terrorism during the fbi say the e-mails is in
care reform efforts now put the spotlight on the united states senate after the house of representatives passed its own version of health care reform over the weekend, however the senate version appears to be stalled for now, at least. and there are some important new trends that could really change the way companies and employees pay for health care. tom lerche with aon consulting is here to talk about these new trends. welcome, tom. >> thank you. >> focus is starting to turn towards wellness programs and i want to talk about a recent study. 56% of employers surveyed are expect to introduce or expand a wellness program next year. 34% planning to introduce or increase financial incentives so how are we defining wellness programs in this case? >> wellness programs have to do with health risk factors like smoking, obesity, lack of energy and stress. mothers realize that 60 to 70% of the cost of care is related to chronic diseases in these chronic diseases, many have a behavioral component so if we can't persuade the mow to change behavior, they will be better off and the
in chi in charge of the united states miliry, americsook to to rike the right notes in tragedy. >> we need not look to the past greness bause it is fore our vereyes. >> id it was a ting ti, a time war, but notne where theilitary victorwould be maked bcigarettes are made. >> and what the threats tat know no borders, their legacy will be marked in the safy of our cities and towns, and seurity and oprtunity abroad. >> he said it was hard to comprend the twisted logic that led to is tragedy. >> no faith justifie these murderous and cren acts. no just and loving god looks upon them with favor. for what he ha done,e know th the killer wl be met wi justice i this world and t next. >> man acsed, majorhasan is out of it, but refusing to talk wi reporters. here at fbieadquarters in washington, there e defending themlves against th charge they should haveaised the alarm before. had been intouch with a racal imam, a u.s. citen who now lives in yemen and advocates terrorismuring the fbi say the e-mails is in the two men were benign, eher about the majo's psychiatric research or asking for religio
that calls on all to wage war against the united states. >> the key is aulaqi or no. this is something they think about doing and they join in and encourage you and basically help you rationalize your behavior. >> reporter: before he moved to yemen, aulaqi was one of the imams at this church in falls church, virginia. hasan attended here, so, too, did two of the 9/11 hijackers. one of the current imams says aulaqi knew how to relate to young americans. >> they wanted somebody who knew about american culture, the american idiom who could relate to young people. a person who was even witty. >> reporter: officials say the army match had between 10 and 12 contacts with aulaqi early last year. these are some produced on the web that seemed to glorify violence and martyrdom. >> many could not understand the motivation behind gee ham. they don't present it and until this day, they don't understand. they fail to see that it is for the sake of allah, the person who is dying is dying for the sake of allah. doing it for something greater. >> reporter: the army major's messages supposedly included
never made land in the united states. hurricane season officially ends december 1. for gulf coast residents, they are happy ida is not closing things out with a bang. drew levinson, cbs news, biloxi, mississippi. >> i know you have some rain, maybe this afternoon in your forecast. but it's nothing like ida. >> no, no. ida fell apart before she made the coast. did have heavy rain, still heavy rain in the deep south. while the coast may have been spared, there will be flooding rain in alabama and georgia and into the carolinas, and maybe parts of virginia. going to watch this carefully, because our viewing area could be split in half, where southern maryland, the northern neck, towards fredericksburg could see a lot of rain, and frederick might not see any rain. it's really going to be a pretty sharp cutoff. here we go the next three days, mild today. mid-60s for highs. could be an isolated shower this afternoon. tonight and tomorrow, on and off showers, more south, less north. that will be the case through thursday as well. little bit breezy. before i talk about veterans day, happy
it is misleading. i think these people are supposed to represent the citizens of the united states and i don't think they do i think they tried to get this passed as quickly as possible. as much as possible. i think the public has no idea everything that is covered in this bill. it's incredible. >>reporter: federal funding for abortion, for instance, is a key debate. in the senate version of the measure funding was removed from the house version. you can learn a lot more about health care reform by logging on to fox baltimore.com and clicking on the cure for health care icon. >> another warm day but it feels like fall soon. vytas joins us with the first look at the sky watch forecast. >>reporter: we are seeing the temperatures slide down a little bit cooler air moves in from the northwest and we have showers building in from the south actually on radar hd radar right now. you can see the leading edge of heavy rain fall down towards richmond and looks like that is the leading edge of what is the remnant left over from what was hurricane ida made land fall, became tropical storm then d
at the german marshall fund of the united states, and he joins us from washington. thank you for joining us on the program. >> thank you. >> so describe the scene when you arrived in berlin. the atmosphere, the people and your reaction to it. >> first of all, we have to get through east germany to hitchhike to west berlin. and there was no sign of any change on -- at these border crossings. but once we got to the wall itself in the middle of the city, people were already up on the top of the structure, and it took all of 20 seconds for me to get up there as well. and i think in that moment, the world view collapsed for me. when i looked down on to the mine fields between actually the two walls -- because in between there were dogs, there were watch towers, there were mine fields, automatic weapons and these guards patrolling. we were told don't ever come close to that structure because that's east german territory and they are on order to shoot. now we were sitting there, joyous, jubilant. this wonderful atmosphere, this euphoria. a wonderful moment for everybody and a world collapsing at t
the eastern seaboard of the united states. cockeysville 60. 62 elders purring. 60 reason rock hall. 58 in arnold. tonight, cloudy skies, a few showers very late tonight. actually after midnight. we'll see an overnight low of 50 degrees. during the day tomorrow drizzle, light rain but the things to remember about tomorrow, it will be breezy from the northeast 15 to 20 gifting as high as 50 miles per hour. there's the cloudy skies and scattered showers there. thursday, a chance of scattered showers. then friday, saturday, sunday, monday and tuesday things looking pretty good as things start to increase. as a matter of fact, i think even on thursday you might see some scattered showers early but i think you'll see some afternoon sunshine. the nice thing, moderate temperatures remain. see you tonight at 11:00. >>> disease and injuries put millions of children in the hospital every year. many of those kids end up at johns hopkins children's center. as cheryl conner shows us some of them are helping the center pass on the gift of life. >> reporter: don't know what to get your dad for christm
, arresting and convicting and the kind of sentence that is administered to african americans in the united states. i think in many respects it is kind of a slam dunk of a case. there was a decision made that -- for expediency purposes that the case would be tried in virginia first. and that they would probably successfully get the death penalty. and virginia is a very kind of pro death penalty state. maryland has the death penalty, but it takes a very, very long time for somebody to be -- for for sentence to be finally taken -- taken out there. >> you were talking about the speed. that was one of the arguments made in the appeal to the supreme court. not only was this mentally incompetent person who shouldn't have been representing himself but the speed didn't have enough time to make his case before a district court, and challenging that, and new associate justice sonia sotomayor was one of those who said like you know why are we rushing, you seem to be jumping ahead of the timetable set for this. >> that was one of the problems that i had with the case, the fact that the supreme court wo
though. >> all right. bill: look, the problem with military action from the united states point of view is that what are we going to do? if we bomb them, then war breaks out even more intensely in iraq and afghanistan because the iranians then will move into iraq, reignite that conflict, because they can do it with the shiites. and in afghanistan, they can cause all kinds of trouble for us. so, the unintended consequences of u.s. planes going in and bombing their nuclear facilities or whatever you want to bomb is that you ignite the two front war we have. you make it ten times worse. so obama knows that. what does he do? >> well,. bill: mary katharine. >> i think one thing he does sen courage the people of iran perhaps in a more active way. bill: you can do that and he hasn't been doing that enough. i agree. >> wait, wait. i think making sure that he is clear that he is standing with netanyahu if israel has to do anything. bill: encouraging, mary katharine? come on. >> i'm putting some stuff out there. if marc lamont hill thinks we have to exhaust all things here are some things that he
-- or heavy rain across the southeastern united states with some areas of flooding being reported in particular in alabama. so the heavy rain is there. the eye of the storm as it is will cross oveas steve and gurvir said by the end of our broadcast today but the rain is already there. the wind is there as well as tropicastorm ida makes its way ashore. we'll talk more about that a little bit later. right now, here, closer to home, our current temperature here in washington as we go back to the graphics is 55 degrees. route, 80%. winds are calm. here is a look at the satellite- radar. tucker was showing you. this a lot of cloud cover across the eastern u.s. we were in the clear for the morning hours and then the clouds started to move in. it will just be cloudy. you might sea peek of sun here or there but for the most part, cloudy skies. some of that from the tropical storm system down it our south. here is the day planner for today. we had a couple of days in the 70s. that was nice. today, we fall back into the low and mid-60s which is still above normal so it will still be a mild
as so many people are including now the united states military r political correctness is turning out to be the death of this country. >> satirical blog, the ruben report, wondered if today's "new york times", covering lincoln assassination would overlook the fact that john wilkes booth shouted out a confederate motto and would report that he was psychologically unstable frightened of the civil war coming to an end and having to face an peacetime actors surplus. james, thank you. on the economy, stocks were mixed today. the markets, the dow was up 20. s&p 500 was down a tenth of a percent and nasdaq gave back three. we will look at how president obama handled today's services at fort hood and analyze what james just said, there the political correctness surrounding the tragedy next. quality and reliability... are more than words here. it's personal. i have diabetes. rodney's kid too. so we're so proud to manufacture... the accu-chek® aviva meters and test strips... here in the u.s.a. plus, we've proven you'll waste 50% fewer strips... when you use our meter, which means greater savin
. the united states and itsllies came to afanistan after septemb 11. afghanistanas troubled before that too. so they're herto fight the teorism. so that's -- we share that, and of course we need to bud afanistan and need toe able to defend themselves and to stand its own feet and to do good for its people. that is anfghan responsibility trilaterally to get to wre we want to bin terms of a better government, a better socty. a planhat delivers the services to the afghan peopl >> margaret: your foregn minister issed a statement saying that theyconsidered the statements from som of these t be terference a lack of respect forafghan sovereigny. do you seet that way? >>ell, we must all be very careful while we arepartners wi one another while we work together, while were travelling this journey together. but our partnership and ou advice is a friendly one and with good intentions and t one that can be interpreted y other way. >> margaret: and did you el that preside obama and gordon brown and kaeide crossed the line? >> well, i've heard so much of that. itdoesn'tother me. > margaret: so was the forei
running for re-election explaining why they voted for this, the president of the united states, any president does have the ability to reach the american people. so i don't see the need in this venue to supplement the ability to reach out to the american people. i think that gets taken care of automatically. the credibility is restored and the outreach is there. i think the harder question as i said in my opening remarks is about the composition and whether you bring the administration in or not. the goal is to have a nice, level bipartisan playing field so you can grapple with tough problems, there is no bigger big foot than the united states. and you might not have a level playing field. the party will be perceived as having a greater say and a greater stake. so i think that for the first attempt at this, it's better to err on the sign of taking that step. i think it's a hard call. >> all right. mr. gallston. well, this is not an easy question, but i'll try to provide an answer. my point of departure is a problem i've been studying for a long time, namely trust in government and r
in the united states and let every one of those inmates out. secondly, we don't have kidnapping for ransom in the united states. it was mentioned by the husband in this that it sounded like a bad movie plot. well, it is a very bad movie plot. notwithstanding hollywood, these things don't happen. the last time there was a fake ransom like that was in the jonbenet case, another long, rambling note which we know was fake because the little girl was dead in her -- in the basement. now, the real concern here, though, for people in my understand is the whole idea of faking kidnappings. what that does is it creates cry wolf scenarios so that the next time something like that happens there's a cynicism on the part of the public, or very well could be a cynicism on the part of the public about whether or not -- >> i agree. >> -- that kidnapping is an actual kidnapping or not. not to mention the resources that are taken away from legitimate situations. >> back to the lawyers. eleanor odom, peter odom, tamara holder. peter odom, what about her telling the cops? and this is obviously a voluntary state
the coast of the main land. and you can see right now heavy rain across southeastern united states. and now we see a bandy of heavy rain developing from the gulf of mexico to florida and alabama has flood issues this morning. much of the region has flood warnings in affect because o the heavy rain. up to 8 inches of rain is likely in several locations so ida having an impact. close to home, here is a look at our temperatures. we have a temperature at reagan national of 50. we have to go to the graphics to see what wre doing here. 53 degrees at reagan national. dulles international is at 50. bwi marshall is at 50 degrees. satellite radar composite for the region. a lot of clouds over us this morning. its going to be a cloudy day today. your forecast for today is cloudy. temperatures cooler than yesterday. highs in the low to mid-60s as opposed to the low to mid-70s. we'll have more details on the forecast coming up in just a little bit. >> tony, thank you for that. >>> let's check in with julie wright and look at what s happening in the land of traffic. >> all of these cars. and nowhere to g
in their home country. and while they now feel safe in the united states, some fear that if their faces are shown on tv, relatives back home may face reprisals. >> you cannot live as a christian there. it's difficult. we have always to be worried, to be careful. >> reporter: like other refugees, these two who gave just their first names are thankful to have found sanctuary even if economic security appears elusive. >> you know, living here is expensive. especially we don't have a job. all the time it's hard or difficult. >> reporter: that's a common story among new arrivals. government funded resettlement agencies on contract with the u.s. state department are finding themselves overwhelmed by the large numbers of refugees. the government provides medical care and cash assistance for the first eight months. afterwards refugees can apply for welfare. but the support is falling short of the need. >> without the green card. >> reporter: michael mckay, head of the catholic charities office in san diego, says in this economy entry-level jobs that in the past were available for refugees don't
. this will be a multi-week process in united states senate, on a bill of this magnitude. this is about one sixth of our economy. greta: will this be done in the reading room? he is going to want to go to it. greta: do they say, "where do you stand?" or the ones that are in certain -- the ones that are uncertain? >> what do you need? in order to get enough democrats to pass it. my guess is it is the same process going on over here. greta: and after the vote, that is not the end of it, is it? >> if something does pass, and i hope it does not, it will go back to both houses for a final vote. greta: senator, thank you. up next, the magic number. the battle in the senate is going to be fierce, and it will be epic. jon kyl is next. he will tell us what is happening right now. plus, behind-the-scenes. but this time, president obama's campaign for the white house. the campaign manager about what really happened, next. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- greta: the battle for 60 votes is on. senator harry reid is trolling for votes. 60
is making landfall today. her moisture will move across the eastern half of the united states and worked up the coast. i want to show you, we see the moisture coming up the coast, but this model keeps it to our south and east. another keeps it on through. it will still be cooler and gray over the next few days. but it will not be the biggest rainfall. we will have to keep an eye on it. the best chance of rain will be south and east of the city. that is what week are thinking. we could be wrong. >> we appreciate your honesty. >> let's check in with philip stewart at the live desk this morning with some interesting stories for us. >> we begin with "sesame street 's" 40th birthday. the neighborhood will mark the milestone with special guest michelle obama. "sesame street" has aired more than 4000 episodes and brought home over 120 emmy o awards. lady gaga is raising eyebrows, showing up without an over the top costume. this was on a german tv show over big weekend. she still managed to turn heads with some thigh-high boots and she revealed a tattoo on her arm. she did have some i make up. stil
. the only problem, of course, is that the america are, a you know, as i wre, are held -- the united states is n very popular in pakistan. and this kind o an agreemt f it became known, a it has become own, it would and did set off, we're seeng this week, all kinds of horrible so of recriminatns and denials and anger at erica. thproblem with making an agreement like we made hat the coequences of it being known are just so damaging. >> and for your story y also spoke to pistan'sresident asifadari. what did h have to say when you put it to him that pakistas nuear asenal needs be watched over in this manner possibly by the amicans? >> he said we alway have to make youmericans happy. essence -- i don't hve the exact word. butis mesge was, oh, we always have t play ang with you americans. that's our ol pakistan is alway a sort of mollify the americans and, you know, you need reassurance and ressurance. if youeed the reassurance, 'll give it to u. i tked to other senior u.s. ficials who would not named who had insight into the nuclear arsel in pakistan who id to me, loo of course we don tellou
., >>> a >>> a united states aboutlines pilot was arrested yesterday in london and has been charged with being drunk. flight 949 from london to chicago was due to take off at nits when the pilot, irwin washington from lakewood, colorado, was taken off the plane and given a breathalyzer at the time. washington was released on bail and the airline suspended him. >>> here in new york, two former baern stearns executives have been found not guilty of lying to investors. in a blow to government prosecutors, ralph cioffi and matthew tannin were aquisted of fraud charges. the jury slip rated less than six hours. >>> a nasty surprise for millions of credit card customers with new rules taking affect in two pontes, banks are putting the squeeze on card holders. half the banks surveyed plan to increase interest rates and cut credit lines for prime borrowers. and for those without good credit, it's even worse. here's elisabeth leamy. >> reporter: pat pittman of perry, oklahoma, is a one-man sign of the times. one of his credit card companies lowered his limit from $5,000 down to $900. another one raised his ra
it was here in the united states at that time. >> and when you got that, you and your fellow soldiers, obviously you get there and you start to interact with te people there, how long -- was there an immediate awareness that they just see us as people here and not necessarily as black people? >> there was an immediate awareness that there was a very great difference in the way we were treated, the perception of the locals. from time to time you would run into a situation where people viewed us from the standpoint of american film, which we had to sort of tell them that we were -- as depicted in the american movies. and that was one barrier we had to get over from some small extent. but otherwise it was a pleasurable experience. >> gregory, tell me about what we see in the movie. you talk primarily about army veterans, correct? >> yes. >> tell me about what some of the veterans remember. >> well they remember they're overall experiences in great britain. some of them will remember they're relationships with british women. one of the causes of problems that erupted in great britain was
and the president of the united states here. anytime you've got a high profile case as this one is, concerns about a pair and impartial jury and where that can be found is going to be present in any defense counsel's mind and it should be present in the mind of even the prosecution. because we all want to ensure that a fair and just trial occurs. >> right. the military feels like the major agented alone that's why this is going to be a military trial. yet at the same time, we know now that he has which changed he's many messages with this radical cleric named anwar al awlaki. awlaki called major hasan a hero, he's a man of conscious who could not bear living a contradiction of being a muslim and serving in an army that is fighting against his own people. are you satisfied that major hasan acted by himself? >> i'm not going get into any of the details of the specific charges. i've heard on national media some of the sames that you've just made. but, again, up i see actual evidence of -- many times in cases like this, there's a lot of misinformation that's put out, factual statements that are made t
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